So now that we’ve talked about 3 simple tips to create a minimalist wardrobe for your kids you’re probably wondering *how* to clean out all that unwanted clutter down to just the essentials.
How do you decrease their options so that you can bring in more durable, basic items?
We can rid you of all the closet boogey monsters with these helpful hints to create room, clear clutter, and decrease stress.
Identify: Pull out those most loved items. Get your kids excited for a tidier closet and get them involved. What would they would wear everyday if they could? (Aside from the tap shoes and that super hero cape). This will ensure that their favorite items are accounted for and that they will be excited to get dressed in the morning.
Eliminate: Purging your children’s closets can be a huge task. We know you are busy and it’s totally okay if it takes you a month or two to get through the bulk. The reward will totally be worth it in the end. Once you’ve eliminated those non-essentials, you have a couple of options: save clothes that have been outgrown for younger siblings, find a family in need to give them to, or you can donate them.
- Rebuild: Bring back only the essentials. Purchase what is missing such as basic items. A minimalist wardrobe is just like it sounds, just enough clothes that are needed for everyday and can last until they wear out.
Consume less and stay sane (as possible ;) ).
By decreasing options and choosing those most-loved, adaptable items, dressing in the morning will become less stressful for you and your wild one!